Taliban Banned Female News Anchors in Afghanistan

The Taliban has started anchoring with its people by removing the anchor of Afghanistan's state TV channel Khadija Amin.
Taliban Banned Female News Anchors in Afghanistan
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The Taliban has started anchoring with its people by removing the anchor of Afghanistan's state TV channel Khadija Amin. At the same time, the governor of Balkh province, Salima Mazari, has been taken hostage. They are against the Taliban and they also took up arms to fight the Taliban.

The reality of the Taliban regarding women's rights has come to the fore within 24 hours. The Taliban said on Tuesday that women would be given freedom and their officers would be protected. Along with this, an appeal was also made to women to join the government.


  • All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) spokesperson Sajjad Nomani's shocking statement has come to light regarding the Taliban. Nomani congratulates the Taliban. Describing the Taliban's occupation of Afghanistan as justified, he said that the Hindi Muslim salutes the Taliban.
  • Britain has said it will arrange for the resettlement of 20,000 Afghan refugees. In this, priority will be given to women and minorities on religious grounds.
  • The Human Rights Council of the United Nations has scheduled a special session on 24 August to discuss the situation in Afghanistan.
Image Credit: PTI
Image Credit: PTI

Mullah Baradar may be the new President of Afghanistan

The Taliban is now preparing to form a government in Afghanistan. Mullah Baradar, the co-founder and political head of this extremist organization, has returned from Doha to Kandahar. He could be the president of Afghanistan under Taliban rule.

Taliban spokesman and head of the Taliban Culture Council Zabiullah Mujahid appeared before the world for the first time on Tuesday after the occupation of Afghanistan. Zabiullah laid the roadmap for the Taliban regime in a press conference and said, 'We will not have hatred towards anyone. We do not want external or internal enemies. Also said that no country will be allowed to be attacked from the land of Afghanistan.

Amrullah Saleh declares himself the President of Afghanistan

On one side the Taliban rule is being established in Afghanistan. Vice-President Amrullah Saleh has declared himself the President of Afghanistan. "President Ashraf Ghani is out of the country. That's why I am the President now according to the Constitution. I appeal to everyone for their support.

President Ashraf Ghani left the country three days ago after the Taliban captured Kabul. There was speculation then that Vice President Amarullah Saleh had also left Afghanistan. However, Saleh is being told that he is currently in Panjshir, where further strategy against the Taliban is being worked out.

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